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to raise the debt ceiling will generate another discussion about solving the real problem. the only way to help america is to fix entitlement issue. nothing else will get the job done. we are hopeful that he will be willing to step up with us and solve that problem. we are ready to talk about that. outreach is a good thing. i'm all for it. i have recommended to him that he had the rest of our members down in small dinners. reports were that it was a candid and fruitful discussion. i think having more of that rather than less of that is a good idea. thank you. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> the house budget committee will markup paul ryan's 2014 budget proposal at 10:30 a.m. eastern on c-span three. president obama returns to capitol hill to meet with house republicans today and with senate republicans on thursday. friday, mr. obama travels to the argonne national laboratory near chicago. it is one of the energy department's largest laboratories for research staff by more than 1000 scientists and enginee
're just not messing up the entire game. >> they dealt with the debt ceiling before the last hour of possibilities. that showed we're antagonizing the american public. i think they realized they're losing a lot of confidence so the outliers, the extremists have been down a little bit. >> although they've also come up with the resolve. we're not going to back and say we're going to take the plan the administration laid down. seems to me they've toughened their resolves in terms of saying what they believe. >> that's a reasonable position. if we were in charge, this is what it would look like. but the american people elected us to come do a job. we're not going to stand in the way and derail the train, which is what they were threatening before. so it's much more reasonable, very encouraging. and to your point, now they're not in the way anymore. life can go on as usual. >> washington in general. >> can i make an argument that maybe they weren't in the way that we were using it an excuse that the whole uncertainty argument -- basically the economy has continued along despite washing
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